Ardhanarishvara At The Himalayas Oil Paintings On Canvas

by Kapil Goel Director

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Ardhanarishvara At The Himalayas Oil Paintings On Canvas
Ardhanarishvara Oil Paintings On Canvas

According to Sankhyadarshana (a system of Indian philosophy), it takes Purusha, the energy principle, and prakrti, the matter principle, to form life. What we perceive around us (drshyam) is but a confluence of these two. The former is represented by the masculine, while the latter is represented by the feminine. They are visualised as Lord Shiva and Devi Shakti, respectively. The painting that you see on this page is a union of the two, a composite Shivashakti figure, called Ardhanarishvara Oil Painting, which translates to the half-woman deity.

Lord Shiva and the Devi Shakti is easily distinguishable. A loincloth is wrapped around His hips and clutches of rudraksha are His adornment. She is in a saree of auspicious vermillion color and wears gold jewelry, as befits her status as His wife and complement. He has a jatamukuta, upon which rests a sliver of the silver moon; upon her brow is a crown studded luxuriantly with the finest jewels in paraloka. He wields a trishool (trident) and she cradles a flushed lotus. Standing next to Him is the devoted bull Nandi, while her trusty simhavahana is to be found on her side.

A softly glowing halo graces Ardhanarishvara's head. The riverine Devi Ganga emerges in her pristine, fluid beauty, straight into the lap of the glacial Himalayas in the background. Their sharp peaks and rugged bodies stand in sharp contrast to the soft blue streams that flow at their feet.

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About Kapil Goel Committed   Director

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